Countries Will Share Migratory Information

Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras will share information on migration between their territories.

Friday, October 29, 2010

El Salvador´s Director of Immigration, Ruben Alvarado, consulted by Reuters, referred to the issue, "….the exchange of information was agreed on migration of people who have been denied visas or residence, deportation or expulsion, and who have submitted fraudulent or altered documents those as well as those who have arrest warrants."

The signed agreement aims to increase border security in the region.

The meeting was also attended by delegates from Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama and Belize to consult with their governments on the issue.

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More Efforts for Customs Integration

February 2012

El Salvador and Guatemala have agreed to accelerate the integration process between the customs offices of both countries, once again returning to the negotiation process.

Guatemala and El Salvador have decided to accelerate the process towards the Customs Union, and in order to achieve this their economic ministers will meet once a month.

Private Sector Advocates Regional Integration

May 2011

Businessmen from the Isthmus are urging governments to work together to achieve integration.

The Advisory Committee on Central American Economic Integration (CCIE), representing the region's private sector, recently met in Managua and decided to expedite the process to move towards economic integration in Central America.

CA-4 Countries will Issue Single Visa

September 2010

The CA-4 countries (Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua) would be issuing a unified visa before the end of the year.

In order to regulate passage through several Central American countries a single visa for tourists will be created.

Laprensa.hn writes, "Today nationals of member countries of CA-4 can move with their identity card, while foreigners do by getting a permit in any of the four countries."

Tuxtla Summit launches Mesoamérica Project

July 2009

The Tuxtla Summit concluded with the full incorporation of Colombia and new compromises under "Proyecto Mesoamérica"

In the final declaration, it was established to "accelerate the electrical interconnection in the region, and conclude works on the Mesoamerican Information Highway (internet link)".

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